The winners of this year’s Golden Joystick Awards have been announced. Below is a complete list of winners.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons won the “Nintendo Game of the Year”. This is definitely worth it, given its impact around the world earlier this year.Nintendo hasn’t received much love elsewhere, but on the PlayStation Last of Us Part II Bring back a huge number of awards.
Here is the complete list:
The winners of the 2020 Golden Joystick Awards are:
- Best Storytelling: The Last Us Part II
- The best multiplayer game: Fall Guys
- Best Visual Design: The Last of Us Part II
- Best game expansion: No Man’s Sky: Origins
- Mobile Games of the Year: Lego Builder Journey
- Best Audio: The Last of Us Part II
- The best indie game: Hades
- Still playing: Minecraft
- Studio of the Year: Naughty Dog
- Esports Game of the Year: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
- Best New Streamer / Broadcaster: iamBrandon
- Best Family Games: Fall Guys
- Best Gaming Community: Minecraft
- Best Performer: Sandra Sard (Critique Choice)
- Breakthrough Prize: Among us (critic choice)
- Hall of Fame: Team17 / Worm (Critique Choice)
- PC Game of the Year: Death Stranding
- Best gaming hardware: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080
- PlayStation Game of the Year: Last of Us Part II
- Xbox Game of the Year: Ori and the Will of the Wisps
- Nintendo Game of the Year: Animal Crossing: New Horizons
- Most Wanted Game: Next God of War Game
- Critic’s Choice Award: Hades (Critic’s Choice)
- Ultimate Game of the Year: Last of Us Part II
More than 3 million votes were cast to determine the winners of the above 20 categories. Daniel Dawkins, GamesRadar + Games and Film Content Director, shares:
“Thanks to all the developers, publishers, performers and broadcasters for enabling this year’s Virtual Awards Ceremony. Join us from your home or office around the world. We create And thank you to everyone who has worked hard on the release. To everyone who gathered around this difficult year’s game, and the Golden Joystick Awards.
“”Finally, the biggest thanks are to the millions of game fans who played and voted for this year’s picks. This year, more than ever, the game has connected people and provided many needed escapisms, empowerments and communities. We’ve been celebrating the people who make games for 38 years, and we’ve never felt that it’s so important to acknowledge their achievements together. “
Do you agree with the above winners? Are there any other games you chose instead? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below.